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Aimovig, a new kind of migraine drug, is injected once a month. The medicine reduced the number of migraines in clinical studies reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration. Amgen/AP hide caption

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New treatments for migraines could change how physicians treat patients with the debilitating headaches. Photographer is my life/Getty Images hide caption

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New Drugs Could Prevent Migraine Headaches For Some People

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For Headaches, A Lifestyle Change May Be Better Than A Doctor Visit

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Bates experienced migraines as a child. She made this painting to depict how they felt to her. Courtesy of Emily Bates hide caption

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A Sleep Gene Has A Surprising Role In Migraines

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A promising crop of new migraine treatments could alleviate the suffering of millions of Americans. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Many Migraines Can Be Prevented With Treatments, But Few People Use Them

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A vintage ad for a headache remedy plays to women. The National Library of Medicine hide caption

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Why Women Suffer More Migraines Than Men

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